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Starbucks Is Experimenting With a Beer-Flavored Latte

Starbucks Is Experimenting With a Beer-Flavored Latte

Starbucks is reportedly experimenting with a beer-flavored coffee, called a dark barrel latte, which will taste a lot like Guinness.

Save $ on your Keurig: Cheap K-cups and Keurig Cost Breakdown – YouTube

Save money using K Cups. Here is the breakdown.

 

Best New Coffee Carafes - Brewing, Drip Trends

Best New Coffee Carafes – Brewing, Drip Trends

Many a coffee aficionado has become a Chemex convert since the pour-over craze a few years back. And, it’s no wonder. The Chemex carafe is prized not only for its brew purity, but also for its hourglass design. It’s even in MoMA’s permanent collection. Since its 1941 debut, Chemex has remained
Who Discovered Coffee? | Mental Floss

Who Discovered Coffee? | Mental Floss

Almost everyone needs a good cup of joe in the morning to get them going, and, according to legend, it’s all because of a 9th-century Ethiopian goat-herder named Kaldi.
Did You Know That Your Coffee Is (Probably) a Fermented Food? Learn How Coffee Is Made — Smart Coffee for Regular Joes | The Kitchn

Did You Know That Your Coffee Is (Probably) a Fermented Food? Learn How Coffee Is Made — Smart Coffee for Regular Joes | The Kitchn

While we may think a lot about what coffee we buy and how we brew it, most of us are pretty disconnected from the coffee production process. Coffee has become such an everyday item that we forget to even think about where it comes from and how it came to be, but in fact, the quality of a coffee is even more important than what you do with it when it finally reaches your kitchen. Today we’re going to take a look at coffee production, and how it goes from seed to cup.

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